I’ve read through the forums and my issue seems a bit more serious than a Charger error. here’s the story. 2018 Honda Clarity 142,685 miles Last night I put my car (10% charge left) on the same Charger Point level 2 charger at my local college that I normally do. When I returned, the charging green light was still on at the car. I immediately noticed the Charger said it stopped at 1kw. I got in and the engine light was on, plug-in charging system problem, range limited. I personally have never had this issue. I took the car home and hoped maybe it would go away the next day, nope. I used my scan tool and pulled the code P0D5C which there is very little information about. I reset the code and tried to plug into another level 2 charger, code popped up again. I disconnected and tested the 12v battery, which is original, but it tested fine. I was hoping resetting the battery would resolve the issue, nope, warning came back the next time I plugged in a charger. I cleared the code and tested it with my 120v charger, same warning popped up. I hear a low level buzz coming from the inverter next to the engine when I plug in a charger. I also noticed that when I reset the code I hear a noise coming from the engine, clicks like a circuit breaker, fan slows then goes back to normal. I also cleaned the charger terminals just in case, of course that didn’t work, lol. I’m in California, so a major failure should be covered by warranty. The car runs fine other than not being able to be plugged in. I can run HVcharge with no issues. So I’m going to have set up an appointment to take it to my Honda dealer and hope for the best. I did watch the only video on YouTube concerning this code, but like I stated, resetting the battery did not fix the issue. Also worth noting, the code reader said the code was permanent. Hopefully someone has some experience with this, but at the very least I will follow up after the dealer checks it out.